GRRRRRR! I am so mad! This is the third time I have tried to post this. I keep doing a nice little summary, and then my screen goes blank. So oh well, you guys can read the articles for yourselves.
First part of the story:
Second part of the story:
Okay, debate questions:
1. Do you think it was wrong of the Ryan clan to come in to a soup kitchen as a kind of campaign stop without going through the proper channels to get permission?
2. Once there, and finding that all of the work was already done, was it wrong of them to rewash some clean dishes for a photo op?
3. Do you think that the president of the charity has a valid point in protesting that the charity would not have allowed this as they cannot afford to appear to support one political candidate over another?
4. On the other hand, do you think it was right of the charity president to tell the media that Ryan family didn't do anything and just washed a couple of clean dishes for a photo op?
5. Do you think he (the charity president) has a political agenda himself since he typically votes Democratic?
6. Now that the charity president came out in protest of Paul Ryan's visit, do you think that people are right to withdraw their donations in solidarity?
7. Do you think it hurts the charity president or those that are in need of the charity's services more if their donations drop?
That's all I can think of - there are so many points to this whole story! LOL
This better post or I am going to go pregnancy-hormone WILD!!!!